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Anyone can give a plain blanket as a gift

09th February 2012
There are many reasons to use personalized blankets. They not only make great gifts, but can come in very handy with your own family at home and other places. They are sure to be treasured keepsakes. Anyone can give a plain blanket as a gift, but a per... Read >
Author: PhilSteck

A CLAMOR FOR CAMBER IN WHEELCHAIR DESIGN

16th May 2011
A. What’s Your Angle? What is camber? Camber is what makes the wheels go ‘round. It is the angle made by the wheels of a wheelchair (or automobile) with the "vertical" and can be positive or negative camber. The vertical is an imaginary line perpendic... Read >
Author: Alan Stewart

What You Should Know About Wheelchair Wheel-Camber

16th March 2011
What You Should Know About Wheelchair Wheel-Camber Tilted-rear-wheels or camber, a popular feature on racing wheelchairs, is being seen more and more on wheelchairs that are used for activities of daily living. One of the advantages of camber is that ... Read >
Author: Alan Stewart

Buying Affordable Bariatric Furniture Online

18th February 2011
The scene of bariatric problems in America is sorry indeed. In 2010, the total census was over 190 million affected people. That constitutes of about 40% of the population! The reason for this threefold growth of obesity problems in USA over the last 3 ye... Read >
Author: Kathleen Chester

The Sholley Trolley mobility storage specialists

04th February 2011
On a recent government report we are finding that people are living longer from the professional medical enhancements over the previous decade. Living for a longer period also means that we need to remain active as long as you can to maintain a natural da... Read >
Author: Ryan Dennison

British Airways Baggage allowance & Business Class Deals for India

03rd December 2010
Since the formation, the British Airways have strived hard to supply the every of essentials to all of its guests that vary from basic needs to extra luxuries. British Airways Baggage allowance for flights to India is quite sufficient to fulfill all the t... Read >
Author: Muhammad waqas javed

Overbilling: A Leading Cause of Healthcare Fraud

06th September 2010
Overbilling is one of the most common types of healthcare fraud. It typically occurs when a physician or a billing office submits a claim for services never provided or gives a diagnosis that is more serious than the original diagnosis in order to gain gr... Read >
Author: Linda Vincent

Helping your Paralyzed Dog to Be Mobile

13th August 2010
If people can sit for quite long and still feel much more comfortable, this is not the case for dogs. Dogs are naturally mobile creatures, unlike human beings who can still have fun by just watching TV or using the computer, and they love to roam around a... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Accessible taxis

13th March 2009
Britain's newest hackney taxi has been warmly welcomed by disability groups as a major step forward in improving access for disabled people. The new E7 taxi offers a range of features designed to assist people with a variety of disabilities. These range f... Read >
Author: CalumMac

Exit Devices: Von Duprin Changes the Face of Commercial Security

05th November 2008
Exit devices are crucial pieces of hardware on commercial doors. Exit devices, also known as panic bars or crash bars, are mechanisms used for opening doors quickly. Crash bars supplement or replace standard door knobs or handles/levers. They make a hands... Read >
Author: Jenny Schweyer

Wheelchair For An Obese Person

23rd July 2007
Cindry (28) is just an ordinary woman living her ordinary live. When she was just taking her ordinary afternoon walk she got hit by a car. Long story short, she now has a fractured leg and need something to aid her getting around here and there since she'... Read >
Author: Arman

The History of Antique Wheelchairs

30th April 2007
Modern wheelchairs are lightweight, customizable, and available for sports, battery-operated and constantly being improved. In spite of the modern feel of wheelchairs, they have been around in one form or another for much longer than most people would gue... Read >
Author: Dan

Wheelchair Ramp Building Plan - How About Building One Yourself?

06th February 2007
Rarely do people consider the blessing of simply being able to enter/exit the home, unless a wheelchair bound disability makes stairs an impenetrable barrier. For someone in a wheelchair, the flight of stairs might require friends and family to lift them ... Read >
Author: Moses Wright
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